If you’re only used to seeing breathtaking and beautiful castles on TV or in movies, you may be excited to learn that there are some you can actually visit right here in Canada.
Over the years, the GO train has become a primary means of transportation for many people in Mississauga and beyond.
If you’ve ever watched a movie in an old-fashioned theatre then you’ll know that there’s nothing quite like it. 
As we head closer to the end of February and Black History Month, let’s take a look back at some fascinating history involving a prominent leader in the black community.
Today marks the 60th anniversary of Black Friday
Black History Month is widely celebrated, but not everyone is aware of how prominent Black residents were in the Region of Peel (Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon) throughout history.
Over the years of running insauga, people have told me many things about Mississauga because they assumed that I am interested in everything Mississauga.
While WWI took place long before modern day Brampton and Mississauga became the cities they are today, Peel-area newspapers covered the event and its much-anticipated ending.
Over the next week, Mississauga will celebrate Remembrance Day and take the opportunity to honour our country's soldiers and veterans.